Conference Draft Preview: Mid-American Conference

The MAC saw Western Michigan lay waste to the rest of the conference, so it is little surprise that the top NFL prospects come from that program. Corey Davis is one of the highest rated players to come out of the MAC in years and has a chance to be a star at the next … Continue reading Conference Draft Preview: Mid-American Conference

Conference Draft Preview: American Athletic Conference

It was a banner year for the American Athletic Conference in 2016 with Temple and Navy forming a surprising title game. While no team had the individual success of Houston in 2015, the individual talent making its way to the NFL is nothing short of extraordinary. Houston, in particular, has a small shot to end … Continue reading Conference Draft Preview: American Athletic Conference

NFL Draft Profile: Gerald Everett, South Alabama

College: South Alabama Position: Tight End Height/Weight: 6’4″/240 Accolades:  2016 All-Sun Belt 1st Team, 2015 All-Sun Belt 1st Team, 2017 Senior Bowl Selection, 2017 NFL Combine Invitee When UAB was nearly murdered by Alabama temporarily put on hiatus, few programs benefited more from the pool of out-of-work Blazers than the South Alabama Jaguars. Among the many Blazers that Joey Jones scooped was … Continue reading NFL Draft Profile: Gerald Everett, South Alabama

NFL Draft Profile: Money Hunter, Arkansas State

Program: Arkansas State Red Wolves Position: Strong Safety  Height/Weight: 6’1″/210 Accolades: 2016 All-Sun Belt First Team Defense, 220 career total tackles, 6 career INTs, Sun Belt all-time leader for interceptions returned for a TD (4) His parents (one of which is retired MLB superstar Tori Hunter) named him Monshadrik, but he goes by "Money." And for four seasons with the … Continue reading NFL Draft Profile: Money Hunter, Arkansas State

NFL Draft Profile: Marcus Cox, Appalachian State

Program: Appalachian State Mountaineers Position: Running back  Height/Weight: 5’10″/205 Accolades: 2016 All-Sun Belt 2nd Team Offense, 2015 All-Sun Belt 2nd Team Offense, 2014 All-Sun Belt 2nd Team Offense, 4X 1,000 yard rusher, Southern Conference Freshman of the Year, Mountaineers' All Time Leading Rusher When coaching staffs prepare for the Mountaineers, the first order of business is to do something about the … Continue reading NFL Draft Profile: Marcus Cox, Appalachian State

NFL Draft Profile: Marlon Mack, USF

Marlon Mack College: South Florida Position: Running Back Height: 5-11 Weight: 213 lbs College Stats: 3,609 yards, 32 rushing touchdowns Overview: In Marlon Mack's three seasons at USF, he ran like a wild bull (see what I did there), tearing up opposing defenses left and right. While only playing three seasons, he is first all-time by nearly 1000 yards … Continue reading NFL Draft Profile: Marlon Mack, USF

NFL Draft Profile: Julie’n Daevenport, Bucknell

Julie’n Davenport College: Bucknell Position: Offensive Tackle Height/Weight: 6-7/318 College Stats: Started all 44 games of his college career. The first thing that everyone will mention is that Davenport is a cousin of NBA player Michael Kidd-Gilchrist. It is clear that the family line was blessed in terms of raw athletic skill and potential. Davenport was a bit overlooked … Continue reading NFL Draft Profile: Julie’n Daevenport, Bucknell

NFL Draft Profile: Forrest Lamp, Western Kentucky

Forrest Lamp College: Western Kentucky Position: Offensive Guard/Tackle Height/Weight: 6-4/309 College Stats: One receiving touchdown. A ton of pancake block and many great block that don’t fit on a stat sheet You can talk about Brandon Doughty at quarterback, Tyler Higbee at tight end, Taywan Taylor or Nicholas Norris at wide receiver and say that they helped turn WKU … Continue reading NFL Draft Profile: Forrest Lamp, Western Kentucky

NFL Draft Profile: Adam Shaheen, Ashland

Adam Shaheen College: Ashland Position: Tight End Height/Weight: 6-6/278 College Stats: 129 catches, 1,755 yards, 26 touchdowns. In the last 15 years, the NFL has seen the prototype of a tight end change in so many ways. What was once an extra blocker in the run game that would occasionally get involved in the passing game (barring a few … Continue reading NFL Draft Profile: Adam Shaheen, Ashland

NFL Draft Profile: Larry Ogunjobi, Charlotte

Larry Ogunjobi College: Charlotte Position: Defensive Tackle Height/Weight: 6-3/305 College Stats: 217 tackles, 13 sacks, 49.0 tackles for loss. When you look up hard worker in the dictionary, Ogunjobi’s picture should be right there. The Charlotte defensive tackle took up football midway through his sophomore season and quickly turned into a dominant player. Due to his relative lack of … Continue reading NFL Draft Profile: Larry Ogunjobi, Charlotte